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Oxford Thermofluids Institute

Michael Van De Noort MEng

DPhil Student

COLLEGE: St Catherine's College

Biography

Michael is undertaking his DPhil as part of the CDT in Gas Turbine Aerodynamics, having previously earned his Master’s in Engineering Science from the University of Oxford and a Master of Research degree from the University of Cambridge.

His current research focused on the improving cooling systems in modern aeroengine turbines, specifically through the application of Quasi-Transpiration cooling.

Michael specialises in the development of low order, rapid solver flow networks which predict airflow distributions through large and complex cooling systems.

Research Interests

• Turbine Cooling
• Heat Transfer
• Coolant Migration
• Flow Networks
• Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

Research Groups

Publications

  • M. van de Noort and P. T. Ireland, "A Low Order Flow Network Model for Double-Wall Effusion Cooling Systems," in 14th European Conference on Turbomachinery Fluid dynamics & Thermodynamics, Gdansk, Poland, 2021.

  • M. van de Noort, A. V. Murray and P. T. Ireland, "Low Order Heat & Mass Flow Network Modelling for Quasi-Transpiration Cooling Systems," in ASME Turbo Expo, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 2022. (Paper in review)